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Auxiliary verbs and the bare infinitive
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Some auxiliary verbs need to be followed by only an infinitive, not te + infinitive. We see the same in English:

We say "we can stay", not "we can to stay."

The auxiliary verbs that do not require 'te' are the modal verbs? and the transitive verbs?. We will discuss them on the next two pages.

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L-ahhar aggornament May 03, 2007 ::